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  • Although it will probably be more appropriate to drink milk as a human-cow hybrid than as just a regular old human =

    Some Medieval Tidbits

  • Plus, the growing controversy over British parliament ` s decision to allow the creation of a human-cow hybrid.

    CNN Transcript May 21, 2008

  • Pigeon transmits data faster than leading South African internet provider Tata DoCoMo launches per-character SMS pricing, and this headline just cost us close to a rupee Video: Sony's Vision Library for PlayStation Eye recognizes faces, creates nightmarish human-cow hybrids

    TV Squad

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  • 'Cow-human cross embryo lives three days'

    I'd be cross too if half my genetic material was bovine.

    April 6, 2008

  • Ah, yes, I wrote the "Purple Cow"—
    I'm Sorry, now, I wrote it;
    But I can tell you Anyhow
    I'll Kill you if you Quote it!
    -- Gelett Burgess, 1897

    April 6, 2008

  • I never saw a purple cow;
    I never hope to see one;
    but I can tell you anyhow;
    I'd rather see than be one!
    --Gelett Burgess, 1895

    April 6, 2008

  • Well, having never been one, I couldn't say. :-)

    April 6, 2008

  • The Girl Guide thing is pretty eew too, rt.

    April 5, 2008

  • You just know that creepy Burger King dude is involved with this somehow.

    April 5, 2008

  • Eew. Eew eew eew.

    Not the Girl Guide thing; the human-cow thing.

    April 4, 2008

  • Well, no, fatal diseases aren't really part of my life's plan, but I was a Girl Guide, you know. I always like to be prepared.

    April 4, 2008

  • I do hope you're not making a habit of fatal diseases, plethora.

    April 4, 2008

  • So next time I have a fatal disease, I just need to harvest a human-cow embryo? Excellent.

    April 4, 2008

  • "HUMAN-cow embryos have been created in a world first at Newcastle University in England, hailed by the scientific community, but labelled 'monstrous' by opponents.
    A team has grown hybrid embryos after injecting human DNA into eggs taken from cows' ovaries, which had most of their genetic material removed.
    The embryos survived for three days and are intended to provide a limitless supply of stem cells to develop therapies for diseases such as Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and spinal cord injuries, overcoming a worldwide shortfall in human embryos."
    - 'Cow-human cross embryo lives three days', Grant McArthur in Herald Sun, 3 April 2008.

    April 4, 2008